No, but if you are doing drugs you are not only risking deportation, but are ensuring that you will not be able to get the green card in the future.
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A drug test is not included, but if you get into legal trouble for current drug use, that may show up on the background test that will be conducted and that will affect you negatively far into the future.
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I agree with my colleagues.
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